Our Cat-Eye Gel Polishes make it so easy to achieve a beautiful cat-eye effect! Use our Cat-Eye Magnet to create lines, circles, or S-curve effects.
They come in 4 different styles!
See Below for a tutorial using our Top Cat-Eye Gel.
- Apply a thin coat of iGel Base Coat, cure under UV / LED lamp.
- Apply 1st coat of iGel Cat Eye gel polish, cure under UV / LED lamp.
- Apply 2nd coat of iGel Cat Eye gel polish.
- Use iGel Dual Head Magnet for sharp effect.
- Cure under UV / LED lamp.
- Finish off with iGel No Cleanse Top Coat.
All the Cat Eye polishes have the same instructions - you can also repeat steps 3 and 4 as many times as you'd like until you get your desired look, or completely omit step #4 for the "Velvet" trend!
What's the difference between the Cat-Eyes?
The regular 3D Cat Eye polishes do not need to have a dark base color to see its full effect as it is opaque with shimmers. The use of the magnet is optional.
The Top Cat Eye polishes is recommended to be used with a dark base color - since this is not as "opaque" as the 3D Cat Eyes, you can layer multiple Top Cat Eye's on top of each other for a beautiful color combination.
Mood Change Cat Eye polishes don't need to have a dark color as a base - you can apply this just like any regular cat eye color and the color will change according to the temperature.
The Supernova Cat Eye polishes are our newest Cat-Eye's and are recommended to be used with a dark base color. They feature a multidimensional galaxy-type design. Each bottle has at least 2 different colors in them and give a chameleon effect - you will see 2 different colors depending on the angle of the light!
Can I use any type of magnet?
We recommend using our Cat-Eye magnet because the strength of this magnet is high so it moves the Cat Eye design quicker. Any other magnet can generally be used but depending on how strong it is, it may not be optimal.
Why am I having trouble creating the Cat-Eye effect?
We recommend warming your Cat Eye bottle by soaking it in hot water, or shaking to mix the ingredients well before each use. Temperature and inactivity may attribute to the Cat Eye effect's optimal use.